Dominika Jędrzejczyk, a graduate of law at the University of Warsaw, PhD candidate, works as Junior Associate in the K&L Gates office in Warsaw. She is mostly occupied with proceedings before the common and arbitration courts. Her practice also comprises international investment arbitration. She is interested in construction law, in particular in the liability for delay in performance of construction works, international arbitration and public international law.
Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, MSc, King’s College London
Petrol and petroleum products, postgraduate course, Warsaw University of Technology (Płock)
ICC School of Arbitration, Jagiellonian University
University of Ottawa, student exchange
German and European Law School, University of Warsaw
British Law Centre, University of Warsaw
Before joining K&L Gates, Dominika Jędrzejczyk gathered experience in local and international law firms. She was also an intern at the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the Council of Europe and at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Department of Legal and Treaty Issues).
Foreign Direct Investment Moot Court, Malibu, 1st place in global finals; Thomas Wälde Award for the Best Advocate, 2nd place in overall team classification, 2nd best Memorial for Claimant (X 2014);
Best speaker of the Polish qualifying rounds of the Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition; 2nd place in team classification;
Foreign Direct Investment Moot Court, Frankfurt, 3rd place in global finals, 3rd place in overall team classification (X 2013).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Dominika Jedrzejczyk